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los angeles a helicopter rescue. five plucked to safety during flash flooding. for commuters in southwest cities, the roads, a nightmare. in los angeles, two killed in collisions. in san diego, six rescued from sinking cars. slick roads in las vegas accounted for 141 crashes in 24 hours, 5 times more than normal. a flood watch is in place for the arizona desert. the forecast calls for 18 hours of rain. from the sierras to the rocky mountains, steady snow. today, 100-mile-per-hour winds forced heavenly mountain ski resort to shut down on its opening day. with the storm moving east, there's already a crunch at the airport. here at l.a.x., 2 million passengers will travel over the holiday, the most in the nation. but with more winter weather ahead delays and cancellations are inevitable. miguel almaguer, nbc news, los angeles. >>> at the other end of the country, as we mentioned, forecasters are already looking, already worried about what may be a bad weather setup for thanksgiving week. meteorologist chris warren is at weather channel headquarters for us tonight. chris, how do
,ow facing a possible sentence of life in ison. mike taibbi, nbc new los angeles. >>> in seattle a mans under arrest after brehing security at seaac airport and managing to board a parkeet. authities say the man bolted through a security check a ran down a concourses police chasedim. he wenthrough an exit door, down thetairs to the tarmac. then he climbed a ladder to a jetway and from there made his way aboard the empty amerin airlines jet. he was arrested after a struggle. the man was like under the influence of drugs >>> two high ranking u.s. navy officers are under investigation in a widing bribery scandal. nbc's kristen welker has t story r us tonight. >> reporter: two high ranking naval ficers, vice admiral ted branch, director of naval intelligence. and rear admiral, bruce loveless, director of intelligence operations have had their access to classified 2346gs suspended and hav been placed on temporary lee. in a statent, the navy says the decisionas in connection with an ongoing naval criminal investigative service investigatn into illegal and improper relations with leonard francis. on
of los angeles from new jersey, walked inside the terminal, then pulled out this assault rifle from a bag. >> he proceeded up into the screening area where our tsa screeners are and continued shooting. they tracked the individual through the airport and engaged him in gunfire. >> reporter: police say the suspect killed a transportation security administration employee and wounded three other officers before continuing to fire rounds inside the terminal. >> the officers didn't -- i repeat, they didn't hesitate. they went after this individual and confronted this individual in our airport. >> reporter: screams in panic filled the terminal. >> there is a shooting in terminal 3. >> i just heard shots. the guy literally came in from the glass doors entering like nothing was wrong. just started shooting everyone. >> everyone dropped to the ground, started crawling along. just staying as low as possible. >> reporter: passengers poured onto the tarmac to escape the bloodshed. the mayhem unfolded on social media. >> oh, my gosh. >> shooting in terminal 3. they are evacuating. >> reporter: seven we
the legacy alive. >>> good evening. tomorrow morning will bring the beginning passengers to los angeles international airport and likely very few of them will be able to pass through security screening without thinking back to friday's terrifying shooting. today paul krench, the badly injured 23-year-old man suspected of opening firing, killing a tsa screener and wounding three others was formally charged with the murder of the officer and violence at international airports. federal crimes for which he could receive the death penalty if convicted. nbc's miguelal maguer joins us. >> reporter: according to investigators, this is where the suspect was dropped off by a roommate who did not know what was coming. police say he walked right through those front doors behind me into the terminal, pulled out a gun and opened fire while alone. operations at l.a.x. are back to normal as we learn new details on the fatal shooting. >> reporter: with the heavy police presence, terminal 3 is again packed with passengers. it was here -- >> shots fired. >> reporter: where the panic, chaos and bloodshed b
function but something we need to certainly examine given what happened in los angeles. >> reporter: gerardo hernandez was the first tsa officer to die in the line of duty, seen here on the job last december. officers james spear and tony grigsby were shot and released from the hospital. bryan mudrykmer, a high school teacher, was shot in the leg. >> he said he was grateful to be alive. he was hit, went down, turned around and saw the gunman face to face. >> reporter: in new jersey where ciancia grew up and attended private school, his father heard of the shooting on television. through an attorney, his family spoke today. >> it is most important for us as a family to express our deep and sincere sympathy to the hernandez family. >> reporter: ciancia was said to be dropped off at l.a.x. by an unsuspecting roommate. it's al believe -- also believed he sent text messages to his brother and sister before the shooting saying he wanted to die. the police did conduct a welfare check at his home in the los angeles area. it, though, was an hour after the shooting. >> miguel almaguer startin
the wheel and your mind isn't fused on driving. >> reporter: in los angele dane abbott just got his license. and he knows he will lose it wi just one selfy. >> iis just a rlly dumb thing to do and it is really not needed. i an, people don't tnk you're coolerecause you're going toake a picture of you driving. >> reporter: tonight de abbott seems to have gotten the picture even though so manythers clearly haven't. miguel almaguer los angeles. >> when we come back here night, be on the lookout. there's a satellite unging back to earth. check my blood sar, eat better. start insulin. today i lened there's something i don't have to do anymore. my dtor said with lemir® flexpen... levemir® flexpen comes prefilled i don't have to use a syringe and a vial. with long-acting iulin taken once daily for type 2 diabetes to help control high blo sugar. dial the exa dose. inject by shing a button. no drang from a vial. no refrigerati for up to 42 days. levemir® (insulin detemir [rdna origin] inction) is not recommended to treat dia. do not use lemir® if you arellergic tony of its ingredient the most com
, honoring four lives lost. joe fryer, nbc news, los angeles. >> we are eping a close eye on the possibility of severe weather in the middle of the country. the area extends from e great lakes to the midouth. severe thunderstorms, damaging wis and tornadoes are s able. the threat will move from west to east througut the day tomorrow. when "nbc nightly news" continues onhe this saturday, what's become an almost unbearable situation f one town that fis itself a magnet for those unwantedisitors. >>> later the inspiring story of a young man who is running fast beuse his time with those loves may be lited. >>> we are back with atory that gives new meaning to the problem ofnbearable neighbors. we are tking about polar bea that invade a northern canada town for years and have done so wi a vengeance this ye. it may have to do with climate chge. we get the story from nbc's chief environmental affairs correspondent, anne thpson. >> reporter: where the polar bes roam in churchill, canada, the street signsre a little different. here, 800 people and some 900 bears try to co-exist from late june to late n
need to hear the intricate details of their lives, say, all the way from new york to los angeles. while it's early yet in this process, the new head of the fcc said this is just keeping up with the times. he says they're reviewing their outdated and restricted rules. the story where we begin tonight is with nbc's tom costello. he's at national airport in washington. tom, good evening. >> reporter: good evening. this is still far from reality, but it could be soon you'll be able to hear everything your seatmate says, in fact, everybody on the plane says the length of your entire trip. for many it's that last refuge from ringing cell phones and text messages. but now what may be the first sign that could change. the fcc says it will soon propose allowing passengers to talk on their phones in their seats above 10,000 feet. something already aloud in europe and asia but not in the u.s. in a statement the fcc commissioner said today the time is right to review our outdated and restricted rules. a public comment period would come first. >> this idea is every frequent flyer's worst nightmare,
suspect to me. >> reporter: near los angeles today, just coincidentally a training exercise. a simulated response to reports of a shooter stalking a mall. >> law enforcement fire, store personnel and security. if any type of situation happens, everybody that works in the mall knows exactly what to do to keep people safe. >> reporter: and here at the garden state plaza mall, authorities say their training paid off with thousands evacuated safely. and another community led to wonder why such violence happened here. ron allen, nbc news, paramus, new jersey. >>> there was news today regarding safety in the air. it's taken several years and a lot of pressure by families who lost loved ones in the crash of a commuter plane outside buffalo, new york. an accident blamed on pilot error. today the government announced major changes for pilot training. the most significant changes in two decades. nbc's tom costello is live at jetblue's training facility. >> reporter: hi, brian. this is all about requiring more time in these sophisticated training equipment. they operate them not just for jetblue pi
reporting from los angeles. from all of us herat nbc news, good night. -- captns by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> nbsports exclusive homof the nhl, premiere league and sochi winter olyic games and sunday nht football. >>> with the majestic rocky mountains inhe distance we greet yofrom sports authority field at mile high in denver where this nfl season began and where it is now the stage for a jor matchup at the 9-0 chiefs take on the 8-1 oncos in the season opening, peyt manning threw sevetouchdown passes to spark a 6-0 spark to t season that had denver looking li super bowl favorites but after an emotional losin indy and got knked around in san diego
is punishing the texas panhandle and it appears the east coast is next. miguel almaguer, los angeles. >>> weather channel meteorologist kim cunning hax is tracking the store. what can we expect? >> it will be a mess. we're talking about this storm moving east and we'll look at the east coast. travelers, we want you to be aware of the situation. have alternate plans just in case. let's show you the radar. we're looking at some light precipitation where you see the pink, it is indicating a little sleet. maybe a little light, freezing rain trying to work its way to the ground. still very dry in that area. we expect that to and paneled. if you're in dallas overnight, we're expecting more freezing conditions. temperatures dropping in the 20s. we could see accumulating, maybe sleet. maybe a little freezing rain. your morning commute will be treacherous and likely to see freezing rain as well. anywhere in the purple, that's where travel will be a mess. we'll move east with this. in the southeast, we're too warm. we'll see an all rain event. watch what happens. tuesday during the afternoon h
you're not headed to los angeles. more traffic than usual in l.a. it's a double mess tonight. from the roads to the sky, so far, roads have been pain free, thanksgiving commute here in the bay area, at least when it comes to travel. >> yeah. and everyone has been pleased when it gets to sfo. very few flight delays all day long. still at this hour, the biggest hurdle is going to be if you're planning on parking at the airport, long-term parking is full. much of the short-term parking is almost full. it's likely to stay that way for several days. keep that in mind as you drive to the airport. look over here at security. this is the pretty unbelievable thing, you can base cli walk up, hand them your boarding pass and get right on a plane. the two best words at sfo today could be found all over "on time." >> i actually expected worse.
alexander, nbc news, los angeles. >>> still ahead tonight -- the american oil boom, bringing gas prices down below $3 a gallon in lots of places across the country. a big deal for millions making the holiday trek. >> later, the hound who just made history on one of the biggest stages there is. i get o. except when it's too cold. like the last three weekends. asthma doesn't affect my job... you missed the meeting again last week! it doesn't affect my family. your coughing woke me up again. i wish you'd take me to the park. i don't use my rescue inhaler a lot... depends on what you mean by a lot. coping with asthma isn't controlling it. test your level of control at asthma.com, then talk to your doctor. there may be more you could do for your asthma. hey, guys. sorry we're late. milk looks warm. finally got the gang together: maple brown sugar, strawberry, blueberry. yeah, a little family reunion. strawberry, your whole grains are showing. ooops! [ female announcer ] try frosted mini-wheats hot or cold. in 8 delicious flavors. [ female announcer ] try frosted mini-wheats hot or cold. pressure
the welfare of both men and urged their releases. joe fryer, nbc news, los angeles. >>> for many people this this country, today the weekend meant another chance to hunt for holiday bargains as the first numbers were released from black friday which retailers consider the most important day of the year. nbc's kristen dahlgren is watching from here in new york for us. good evening. >> reporter: good evening, lester. big changes to tell you about. we just got the numbers in. what we are seeing is really the end of black friday as a behemoth shopping day. not because retailers are struggling but it is now a two-day event starting on thanksgiving. we are seeing a change in who's coming to the stores. people shopping online and on cell phones in record numbers this year. even with door busters dwindling the hunt for the deal was still on. >> the best time to be shopping now. >> i got hooer as early as i could. >> $200 boots for $39. cosmetic kits less than 50% off. >> reporter: shoppers spent $9.7 billion on black friday, down 13.2% from last year. add in thanksgiving day shopping and sales
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